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Another East German city. This one is the home of music. And some nice buildings, churches, a castle and a big monument.
Probably the king is Johann Sebastian Bach. He wasn't born here but spent his adult life here and wrote most of his music here so they have adopted him as their own. Fair enough. They have even given him his own museum (and a statue of course). The museum was ...
Unfortunately, my first blog didn't go as planned. I truly apologize for never posting, but what can I say... Well I guess I was having just too much fun. However, plans are evolving to once again visit Germany this upcoming winter. There may even be another shorter trip along the way on this possible vacation, too. Thanks again for reading the rare post that were written, and until next ...
... figure waving at me, well till he shouted, " Oi CRE! "
He had got there early and waited, he's that kind of guy, so we had lunch, went to the castle, too late, so went to a campsite and had dinner.
During the evening we sat with Jack and his wife, forgive me I can't remember her name, who were from Holland and bikers. They were great fun, and we had a great night and laughed a lot. ...
... very spot in Leipzig. The structure is 91metres tall. The pictures don't do it justice, it was very impressive and one of the largest monuments in Europe.
The city itself is a lovely mixture of market squares, old and new buildings. It has a fantastic sausage and hand made chips shop which I suspect was the real reason someone wanted to revisit this city. ...
When we finally arrived at my grandparents house, we were ecstatically greeted by my cousin's Labrador Retriever, Emma. However, as we arrived we were told that my cousin was at home in Berlin, and her boyfriend was out visiting a friend. But, halfway through unpacking, he strolled into the house, and we proceeded catch up on the happenings of ...